B-Schools Publish Crisis Sites

Last Updated Oct 30, 2008 2:45 PM EDT

A number of leading business schools and other educational institutions have created Web sites or pages around the thoughts and research of their faculties. Academics can oftentimes provide perspective that sometimes gets lost in the rush of daily headlines.

Here's a sample.

Harvard Business School On the Global Economic Crisis Sample Content: Leadership for the 21st century with Charlie Rose
Insead Insead Knowledge Sample Content: Rethinking Global Financial Systems
University of Washington Financial Turmoil Insight Sample Content: How Does this Financial Crisis Compare to the Past?
Wharton School Wall Street's Day of Reckoning: What's Next? Sample Content: On the Skids: Are U.S. Automakers Running Out of Time?

  • Sean Silverthorne

    Sean Silverthorne is the editor of HBS Working Knowledge, which provides a first look at the research and ideas of Harvard Business School faculty. Working Knowledge, which won a Webby award in 2007, currently records 4 million unique visitors a year. He has been with HBS since 2001.

    Silverthorne has 28 years experience in print and online journalism. Before arriving at HBS, he was a senior editor at CNET and executive editor of ZDNET News. While at At Ziff-Davis, Silverthorne also worked on the daily technology TV show The Site, and was a senior editor at PC Week Inside, which chronicled the business of the technology industry. He has held several reporting and editing roles on a variety of newspapers, and was Investor Business Daily's first journalist based in Silicon Valley.